The Landmark London
Airwave refresh the Landmark London's guestroom entertainment system.
Nestled in the heart of Central London, the Landmark Hotel is a jewel in Marylebone's crown, blending Victorian grandeur with modern opulence.
Dating back to the 19th century, the historic building offers a sumptuous respite across 365 exquisitely appointed rooms and suites. Guests can envelop themselves in a meticulously curated 5-star experience, enjoying luxury amenities and and a series of top draw dining (and drinking) experiences.
The landmark also boasts 22,000 square feet of meeting & event space, and a spa and health club, featuring a private gym, pool and treatment rooms.
Having previously supplied 55-inch Samsung smart TVs, Samsung LYNK SINC and Sky TV to the Landmark, Airwave was delighted to be invited back to refresh the hotel's guestroom entertainment system.
Since Airwave's last visit to the property, much has changed in the world of technology, and this was reflected in the updated TV system recommendation. This consisted of:
LG's UR762H Series of hospitality TVs ticked the Landmark's boxes. The UR762H Series features a potent combination of performance and design, offering a 4K definition picture on a low-footprint, slim-bezelled chasis.
Airwave desk-mounted, and flat-to-wall mounted 364 displays across the hotel's rooms and suites, models mostly consisting of 55 and 65-inch screens.
- TV channel line-up management
- Fully customisable information pages
- Native TV apps
- Commercially certified Google Chromecast
Google Chromecast was implemented on each TV, enabling guests to cast content from their portable device, to the in-room display - opening up the various content libraries of streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, YouTube etc.
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